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AHA fosters and supports community efforts to make healthy eating and physical activity the way of life in Wake County.

Apply Now: Garden Health Educator

The Poe Center for Health Education is hiring a part-time Garden Health Educator to work along side the Senior Health Educator and be responsible for working with low-income child care centers to assist in getting their gardens up and running as well as incorporating garden education into their curriculum. See full More

Perspectives (August 2016)

I was just at the National Association of Counties annual meeting with Wake County colleagues, former Minnesota colleagues, and other county leaders from across the nation. One of the most compelling new things I learned about health is a risk index measuring “Adverse Childhood Experiences” or ACE. This is More

AHA Matters: Sam Trogdon

“AHA exposes people to healthier living that they didn’t think was possible before AHA, such as more walkable communities and access to healthier food in camps and recreation programs. AHA has assisted the Town of Cary with healthy eating efforts such as Fit Concessionaire, and the Camp Snack and Sports More

School Lunches in Wake County…Did You Know?

By Sarah Martin, Wake PTA Council; Chair, AHA Board of Directors As an estimated 160,000 students kick off the 2016-2017 school year in the Wake County Public School System (WCPSS), many students will be buying their lunch at school, and many parents may have questions about school lunches. Did More

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